Photographer Kelly Hoffman suffered through 6 years of college for a useless degree, but at least it gave her the chance to travel to all sorts of countries and places that most of her family and friends disapproved of, and usually weren't ashamed to let her know it ("Paris IS nice, isn't it?" Now she lives in Keene, New Hampshire and, against her better judgment, serves lots of beef-based foods to people who, in turn, give her pocket change. At least it's not as stressful as school. Nobody asks her WHY she does these this, or just what she plans to do next. She suspects half of them expect her to announce at any moment that she's moving to a yurt in Mongolia. She's not against the idea.